Guest Blog with Hemera Visuals
Your Wedding photos are one of the most important parts of your wedding day, you want to make sure you get it right when choosing your photographer. I have put a few faq's to Cameron from Hemera Visuals.
1. How long have you been a Photographer? I have been a professional photographer for just over 5 years now. I went to college to study photography in Dumfries 12 years ago. It took a little bit of time for me to discover my passion for all things wedding photography related. 2. How would you describe your style of photography? My style of photography is bright and bold with an emphasis on making sure my clients have the best day of their lives. I want to make sure everyone who books me has so much fun and laughter. I am also a sucker for a sunset! 3. Do you do weddings only? I do shoot a little bit of commercial work here and there which is nice to do something different every now and again. But the majority of the work is Weddings & Engagements. 4. How many weddings do you do in a year? I typically shoot around 30-35 weddings maximum a year. 5. What happens on the day? I arrive nice and early on the wedding morning to make sure we have time to get lots of preparation photos and detail shots too. I am mostly a fly an the wall for the day letting moments happen and being there to capture them forever. 6. What camera do you use? I use 2 Canon 6d Cameras. They have been my go-to for the past 3 years. I am very comfortable with them knowing how they function inside and out ensures no guesswork. 7. How long do you stay on the day? A typically full day I am there from prep in the morning until the third dance in the evening. However in the Summer if the forecast is for a sunset I will be staying later as all my couples love those shots and I want to be able to capture them whenever possible. We all know there’s no guarantee on Scottish Weather.
Thank you Cameron for the guest blog. https://www.hemeravisuals.co.uk/makeup-artist-qa-hania/
Have a look at Cameron's portfolio for images of his fab work http://www.hemeravisuals.co.uk/